Two terrific safe driving videos

The Let It Ring campaign (second video) is now over. It would be easy to replicate in a U.S. state.

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  • http://www.drivingschoolgloucestershire.com Driving School Gloucester

    Well, another tip is that the backseat is generally the safest place in a crash. If your vehicle has a passenger air bag, it's essential for children 12 and under to ride in back. Thanks for the tips!

  • http://www.drivingschoolgloucestershire.com Driving School Gloucester

    Well, another tip is that the backseat is generally the safest place in a crash. If your vehicle has a passenger air bag, it’s essential for children 12 and under to ride in back. Thanks for the tips!

  • http://www.drivingschoolgloucestershire.com Driving School Gloucester

    Well, another tip is that the backseat is generally the safest place in a crash. If your vehicle has a passenger air bag, it’s essential for children 12 and under to ride in back. Thanks for the tips!

  • http://www.leasecar.co.uk/lease-audi_a4_saloon/ www.leasecar.co.uk

    I never answer my phone in the car or even look at it, I don’t understand people that do, I see so many people on their phones whilst driving and it really frustrates me.

  • http://www.gorruds.com/ Stelle Courney

    I have to admit, the ones who made these videos are geniuses. It is true that wearing your seat belt reduces life risks. Distractions also like cellphones should be ignored, if it’s really important then stop somewhere before answering your phone.

  • http://www.rayskillman.com/page/car_dealers_indianapolis_indiana Nicole Vickers

    The way these videos are made are simply amazing! It’s pretty much convincing that drivers and passengers should always wear their seat belts properly to minimize the impact, if they have an accident.

  • http://www.bes.co.uk plumbing

    Thanks for sharing those videos. Sometimes accidents are really out of our control. Sometimes it is really destine to happen though you drive the safest way that men can drive.